Commercial Radon Gas


SWAT Environmental is here to help you take action against radon problems on all fronts. We understand all the challenges involved in dealing with radon mitigation for both your home and your business. In some ways, eliminating radon inside a commercial building is similar to doing so inside a home, but with a business, there are many more factors and potential risks to consider.

For instance, your state or local authorities may not allow your business to operate or let employees enter the building until the radon problem is solved. That can put a severe strain on your ability to do business and, in turn, affect your profits.


If your business is operating while the radon problem is being repaired, you need to hire a company that can prepare you for possible risks, and perform the mitigation and do it right the first time. Choosing the wrong company to mitigate the radon in your commercial property can put you, your employees, and your very livelihood at risk. Hiring SWAT Environmental for our continued expertise and experience with radon problems will secure the safety of your business and give you peace of mind.


Here at SWAT, we have all the answers for your commercial radon mitigation. Asking lots of questions and getting plenty of information is one of the best ways to determine your needs and sort out the best companies. From the information on our website to our experienced, nationwide customer service representatives, you’ll find that we have the background and experience to service your commercial needs. Since many states now require all commercial radon mitigation companies to be registered and licensed, we have been aggressive in ensuring that all of our field technicians have the proper licenses and certification for the states they are working in.

We utilize an Active Soil Depressurization (ASD) method to mitigate radon problems in commercial buildings and homes alike. This form of commercial radon mitigation works by stabilizing and equalizing the pressure between the soil outside the building and the air inside. When the pressure is higher in the surrounding soil than it is inside the building, the gas is then sucked into the building through tiny cracks and holes, causing radon contamination. But when a quality commercial radon mitigation specialist uses the active soil depressurization method, the pressure is equalized and thus draws radon from underneath the building, protecting the health of your employees and customers.

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